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New York Today: New York Today: Albany Agenda

Weather.init(); }()); Warm and foggy. What kind of February weather is that? The record for this date is 69 degrees. We will come close, with a high of 65. […]

California Today: California Today: Six Decades of Jasper Johns at the Broad

Some notable loans from other museums include “Three Flags,” (1958); “Flags” (1965), and “Device.” We have also added two major number paintings, “Figure 7” and “Figure 5.”California Online(Please note: We regularly highlight articles on news sites that have limited access for nonsubscribers.)PhotoSpeaker Paul D. Ryan discussed the school shooting during his weekly news conference on Thursday.Credit Eric Thayer for The New York Times• Congress has been unable to pass even modest legislation on guns despite several mass shootings, including the one on Wednesday. “This isn’t going to stop,” a frustrated Senator Dianne Feinstein told her colleagues. “And we become culpable when we do nothing.” [The New York Times]• The Senate has blocked three measures — including one backed by President Trump — that were aimed at resolving the fate of the Dreamers. The lack of consensus leaves uncertainty about whether any solution can be reached. [The New York Times]• State Senator Tony Mendoza has sued the State Senate for suspending him amid a sexual misconduct investigation. He is seeking reinstatement. [The Associated Press]• Peter Thiel, the billionaire investor and co-founder of PayPal, is relocating his home and personal investment firms to Los Angeles from San Francisco […]

Winter Olympics, SpaceX, Steve Wynn: Your Wednesday Briefing

#briefing-market-module.interactive-embedded .interactive-caption { display: none; } Market Snapshot View Full Overview Focus on the economy, not the markets • What have stocks been telling us lately? In all likelihood, not much, our senior economics correspondent suggests. Continue reading the main story More important are other economic data and the bond markets, which are offering a brighter picture than share indexes. […]

Europe Edition: SpaceX, Wall Street, Poland: Your Wednesday Briefing

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Asia and Australia Edition: Bannon, Weather, Macron: Your Friday Briefing

#briefing-market-module.interactive-embedded .interactive-caption { display: none; } Market Snapshot View Full Overview In the News • A Japanese comedian is under fire for wearing “blackface” to imitate the African-American actor Eddie Murphy, highlighting the problematic depictions of race that often surface in the country’s mainstream media. [The New York Times] Continue reading the main story • A Vietnamese tycoon accused of revealing state secrets was arrested in Hanoi after being deported from Singapore. He could face the death penalty. [Reuters] • Architectural evidence of Indonesia’s Soviet-inspired past are sprinkled around Jakarta, a counterpoint to warnings from hard-line Islamists of a Communist resurgence. [The New York Times] • President Emmanuel Macron of France proposed new legislation to combat “fake news,” which would allow the authorities to seek the blocking of websites and require sites to be more transparent on paid content […]

Asia and Australia Edition: Bannon, Weather, Macron: Your Friday Briefing

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Trump, Rejecting Calls to Stay Away, Speaks at Civil Rights Museum

Paired with a second museum that aims to document the state’s overall history, the civil rights museum has drawn praise from the movement’s veterans as an honest depiction of Mississippi’s past.Emmett Till, a 14-year-old African-American boy, was lynched in 1955 by a white mob in Money, Miss. And one of the most infamous episodes of the civil rights era took place in Philadelphia, Miss., where three civil rights activists — Michael Schwerner, James Chaney and Andrew Goodman — were killed while trying to register voters in the summer of 1964.Those who made a point of skipping the president’s speech — including John Lewis, the civil rights leader and Democratic congressman from Georgia — cited his equivocal remarks after the summer’s racially tinged violence in Charlottesville, Va., and described Mr […]